Thinking about pulling an all-nighter before final exams? Think again: Two new Baylor University studies prove that students who prioritize sleep during finals week fare better than those who opt for binge-studying. "The findings aren't shocking, on one hand--but they are shocking relative to our culture," said Michael Scullin, who conducted both studies. "We are widely under-appreciating the importance of sleep." UPI notes that among the greatest offenders in that regard are college students, who average around five or six hours of sleep per night. [UPI]
GET SOME REST!